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Photoinduced electron transfer from aromatic amino acids to the excited isoalloxazine in flavin mononucleotide binding protein. Is the rate in the inverted region of donor–acceptor distance not real?

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Photoinduced electron transfer from aromatic amino acids to the excited isoalloxazine in flavin mononucleotide binding protein. Is the rate in the inverted region of donor–acceptor distance not real?
Abstract

•The ET rates of Trp32 in wild type FBP dimer appreciably differ between the two subunits.•Total free energy gap in KM rate displayed fully in negative region with the donor-acceptor distance.•Concept on Rc-inverted region for ET rate was newly introduced.•Physical meaning of ET rates in the inverted region was discussed.

Mechanisms of photoinduced electron transfer (ET) from tryptophanes 32 and 106 in subunits A and B (Trp32A, Trp32B, Trp106A and Trp106B) of wild type flavin mononucleotide binding protein (FBP) dimer were studied through relations of the logarithmic ET rate (ln Rate) vs the donor-acceptor distance (Rc). The sum (GT) of standard free energy gap (SFEG) between the products and reactants, electrostatic energy (ESDA) between the photo-products and solvation reorganization energy (SROE) and electrostatic energy (NetES) between the photo-products and ionic groups inside the protein were numerically determined for the all donors with atomic coordinates obtained by molecular dynamic simulation. The GT values of Trp32A and Trp32B displayed always negative in the entire Rc range, which predicts that ET rate becomes slower as the Rc shorter. The reason of negative GT values in Trp32A and Trp32B were numerically elucidated with the mean values of SFEG, ESDA, SROE, and NetES.

Graphical abstractFigure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slideTotal free energy gaps (GT) in KM rate were fully in negative region with the donor-acceptor distances.

Keywords
Wild type FMN binding protein dimer; Photoinduced electron transfer; Ultrafast rate; Inverted region of donor-acceptor distance; Net electrostatic energy; Isoalloxazine
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry - Volume 326, 15 July 2016, Pages 60–68
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